INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
- What Kind of Prostate Cancer Do I Have? Epstein Develops a Less-Confusing System
- Active Surveillance: Good News for Men with Low-Risk Prostate Cancer
- Radical Prostatectomy with Two Robots
- Breakthrough in Prostate Cancer Imaging
- Charred Food Bad, Veggies Good for the Prostate
- Shorter Telomeres in Normal Cells Can Point to Prostate Cancer
- A "Double Whammy" for Detecting Prostate Cancer in African American Men
- Immunotherapy Plus Short-Term Hormonal Therapy: Promising Results
- Cryotherapy Plus Immunotherapy May Equal New Hope for Men with Metastatic Prostate Cancer
- What are Immune Checkpoints, and How Can We Block Them?
- Will I Get Prostate Cancer? New Study Calculates Genetic Risk
- Surviving Prostate Cancer: Good News for Radical Prostatectomy Patients
- MicroRNAs: Genes that May Make Radiation and Chemotherapy More Effective
- High-Grade PIN: Wolf in Sheep's Clothing?
- For Castrate-Resistant Prostate Cancer: High-Dose Testosterone
- Boosting Testosterone Not Shown to Raise Prostate Cancer Risk
- For Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer: New Hopkins Test Can Tell if Some Drugs Won't Work
- Potential New Pathway to Kill Prostate Cancer
- Two Non-Cancerous Causes for Higher PSA
- New Tests Show Genetic Changes Linked to Aggressive Prostate Cancer
- Could "Nerve-Sparing Brachytherapy" Help Preserve Sexual Function?
Prostate Cancer Metastasis: New Discoveries
Taking "AIM"at Invasive Cancer
THE PATRICK C. WALSH PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH FUND — AWARDEES 2016
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DISCOVERY IN BLADDER CANCER
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DISCOVERY IN TESTIS CANCER
Discovery is published by
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Patrick Walsh, M.D., University Distinguished Service Professor of Urology
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